What draws you to visit a Red Lobster restaurant? While many people might say that it is the lobster meals or maybe one of the seasonal menu promotions, many guests are drawn to one particular food on the table, those Cheddar Bay Biscuits. A staple at every dining experience, those mouth watering biscuits are irresistible. In honor of National Biscuit Day, the popular national restaurant chain is making one person The Big Cheese.
Starting on May 14, Red Lobster is launching “The Big Cheese Biscuit Sweepstakes.” Via the promotion, one person will become the Chief Biscuit Officer. While that title might not offer hot biscuits at the ready 24/7, it does come with some epic perks.
One of the big advantages to being the Big Cheese is being able to be part of new, upcoming dishes. While the Cheddar Bay Biscuits are delicious warm, straight from the oven, the reality is that the flavors lend themselves to all types of food combinations.
As seen previously, those biscuits can be transformed into both sweet and savory recipes. From the topping to a dessert to a savory waffle, the options are many.
It would be interesting to see how Red Lobster could incorporate those items into a tasty recipe. While a lobster or seafood pot pie would be tasty with those biscuits, there are other choices too. Why not a summer panzanella salad or even just Cheddar Bay Biscuit croutons on a garden salad.
With “The Big Cheese” title comes other perks like VIP status at a local restaurant and extra Cheddar Bay Biscuits to take home. After all, a title must have some tasty food perks.
Even if the title isn’t bestowed on you, Red Lobster is giving away 500 free rewards during the promotion. From lobster tails to appetizer to desserts, the options are many. Plus, there is a chance to get more free Cheddar Bay Biscuits.
This promotion is available to Gold and Platinum My Red Lobster Rewards app users. For complete details, please visit the company’s website.
Do you think you are prepared for “The Big Cheese” title? What would your signature dish be?